Aldwych Partners’ Co-Founder and Partner Andrew Taylor has been featured in an article for PaRR, the news service which provides global intelligence, analysis and data on competition law and sector-specific regulatory change.

Andrew provides commentary in the article, which focuses on how the UK government should not lose time in setting up a new Digital Markets Unit (DMU), around where the DMU should be placed, saying:  “Ofcom’s skillset and culture are attuned to the task of a long-term regulation of a specific industry, which makes it a better home for the DMU than the CMA.”

He also discusses how the remedies from the CMA need to be implemented “as a whole, rather than piecemeal”. He notes: “For example, the proposed Code of Conduct will be more effective if it sits alongside more intrusive remedies that can be deployed if compliance with the Code is problematic.”

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